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Jai Josefs’ SongShop Showcase: This annual performance features some of the Bay Area’s best up-and-coming songwriters mentored by Jai Josefs, renowned songwriter and music educator. Participants in the show have had international airplay, placed songs in network television, and opened for major label acts. I'll be performing a couple of new songs alongside some very talented folks. Come check us out!!!
Spend an intimate evening with Indie Pop Artist Marcus D. at Redwood City’s Backyard Coffee Co. as he performs music from his current album, "The Candy Coated Asylum" as well as new material for his upcoming project, “Love, Hate & Other Myths. Come get your java fix and recoup from your black friday shopping! Hope to see you there :-)
Spend an intimate evening with Indie Pop Artist Marcus D. at S.F.'s Bazaar Cafe. Marcus will be performing music from his recently released EP, "The Candy Coated Asylum" as well as new material. Come down and get your java and live music fixes on. First 10 guests who mention this FB invite will receive a free autographed copy of the CD! Singer-Songwriter Kyle Parrott will also perform.
Sounds Like: Zero 7, Erasure, Massive Attack, David Usher, Depeche Mode
Bio: As far as singer-songwriter Marcus D. is concerned, the 80s are not dead, at least not in his mind where he creates his 80s influenced pop alternative rock. His music beckons the listener through chill hypnotic vibey corridors that often lead to rooms with tasty nostalgic beats that make you wan...See Full Bio
: Marcus D. has a show on 05/10/2014 at 07:30 PM @ The Belrose The... in San Rafael, CA http://t.co/OMfGHi3qY1 #concert
““Marcus D. possesses a voice with wide range, from baritone, moving seamlessly into a clear and ringing falsetto mix. He is capable of a powerful forte, a heart-wrenching pianissimo, and everything in between. His gifts as a storyteller are enhanced by the broad tonal palette he accesses in his performances. The way he connects sound and text is immediate, relevant, and touching”.”